Rocío Guitard is ready to take the music world on an eclectic ride through the lush landscapes of sound on her incredible debut album, Mosaïque, released in April 2002. Entirely written and produced by Rocío on rGr Records, Mosaïque features legendary musicians Howard Wales (The Grateful Dead, Harvey Mandell) and Terry Haggerty (Sons of Champlin). NCSA's Song Contest 2002 awarded the tracks 'All Of You' with Best Jazz and 'No Tengas Miedo' with Best World, and gave an honorable mention to 'Ironically Blue'. Rocío's sensual voice is an organic phenomenon and has captivated audiences in Europe and the United States. Her succinct conveyance of lyrics, surprise elements of scat and intense vocal control make Rocío a multi-faceted stylist of the highest caliber. She uses her voice as a multi-lingual instrument, and it is never the same song twice when she performs. In late 1999 Rocío began working on her debut album, which was recorded mostly unrehearsed. It is a portrait of the chemistry between solid musicians and their spontaneous deliveries, making each performance unique and unforgettable. Her intent was to capture the live energy she is known for, and she succeeded. Rocío's versatile and professional approach to her craft makes her a leader in her field. Her exuberant musical innovations are fresh and varied; her soulful skill as a vocalist leaves audiences and listeners clamoring for more, and one cannot forget her tunes as they linger in your heart and mind long after the curtain has fallen, and the last track has played... 'A sweet but powerful voice, superb sound quality...an outstanding artist' Marc Phillips - Ultimate Audio.
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